POKÉMON Go is hosting an international event, called Ultra Beast Arrival: Global, where fans can catch all seven Ultra Beasts.
The event will take place live in selected locations, such as London and Los Angeles, and also online around the globe.
Ultra Beasts will be in abundance.
The live event is happening on Saturday, November 26, from 6pm – 7:30pm, while the online event is later on Sunday, November 27, from 11am to 5pm local time.
Here’s everything you need to know about Ultra Beast Arrival: Global in Pokémon Go.
What Pokémon are available in raids in Ultra Beast Arrival: Global?
Trainers will have the chance to catch all seven Ultra Beasts during the event using various methods.
The Ultra Beasts that will appear in five-star raids will vary depending on your location.
There will be a list of Ultra Beasts depending on your continent, and also depending on your hemisphere.
Here is the list of raid Legendaries, and where they will appear.
- Americas – Nihilego, Buzzwole, Guzzlord
- Asia-Pacific – Nihilego, Xurkitree, Guzzlord
- Europe – Nihilego, Pheromosa, Guzzlord
- Northern hemisphere – Kartana
- Southern hemisphere – Celesteela
What else is part of the Ultra Beast Arrival: Global event in Pokémon Go?
There will be Timed Research as part of the event, based on beating each of the Ultra Beasts in raids.
The beasts for this research include Nihilego, Buzzwole, Pheromosa, Xurkitree and Guzzlord.
Experience for raid battles is also boosted to 1.25x, and there is an increased chance to get XL candy.
Raids will give five extra Raid Passes, so you don’t have to choose your beast, and will continue to do so for two hours after the event ends.
After an Ultra Beast Raid is completed, certain Pokémon will appear in that area, and some will have an increased shiny rate.
This includes Machoke, Scyther, Magmar, Gulpin, Absol, Minccino, Frillish (f), and Dedenne.
All this week there are also additional bonuses if you refer a friend. Depending on how many people refer overall, you will receive different items.
Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.
Did you miss our previous article...